Saturday Night Live

Season 20 Episode 5

Sarah Jessica Parker/R.E.M.

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Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Nov 12, 1994 on NBC
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Sarah Jessica Parker/R.E.M.
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Live from New York, it's... Chris Elliott! Sketches include "Democrat Concession Speech," "Eternarest," "Good Morning Brooklyn," "Nice and Naughty Guitarists," "Confucius," "The Casting Couch," "Hostile Munchkins," and a tribute to Michael O'Donoghue. R.E.M. performed "What's The Frequency, Kenneth," "Bang & Blame," and "I Don't Sleep, I Dream."moreless

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    R.E.M.

    R.E.M.

    Themselves

    Guest Star

    Sarah Jessica Parker

    Sarah Jessica Parker

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Mike Mills

    Mike Mills

    Musical Guest

    Guest Star

    Bill Murray

    Bill Murray

    Himself

    Recurring Role

    Michael O'Donoghue

    Michael O'Donoghue

    Himself (clip from 1977)

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      • According to Sarah Jessica Parker, Lorne Michaels virtually ignored her during the production week. "I'd come into his office, and he'd put his head down and not pay attention... if I had been my normal self, I would have really flipped out, because I would have thought, he doesn't like me at all."

      • Sarah Jessica Parker is the only cast member from the show Sex and the City to host SNL.

      • NBC never reran this episode in its original timeslot.

      • Bill Murray only appears at the end of this episode to pay tribute to Michael O'Donoghue (a.k.a. Mr. Mike). Michael died on November 7, 1994, of a cerebral hemorrhage at age 54. The tribute is cut out of the 60-minute edit of this episode, so Murray is not seen nor credited in this version.

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